WORKSHOP

Saturday May 22nd 

10am - 3pm 

Tai Chi Bang

Eight Immortal Flute

All Saints Parish Church Hall

Corner Cromwell and Oxford Streets

New Lambton

Resource materials provided

Practise Bang provided for use at workshop 

Refreshments provided

BYO lunch

 

Students who find it difficult to quiet their minds find this practice especially effective.

Tai Chi Bang provides an object on which to focus. Holding the Bang with both palms helps focus, concentration and be in the moment which can make it easier

to gain the benefits of Tai Chi practice.
The form is based on characteristic Tai Chi postures with  traditional “eight-immortal flute" martial functions.
There are 36 movements
within Tai Chi Bang Eight Immortal Flute
which are divided into three Sections.
Section One:

Develops relaxation and concentration through continuous circular movements.

Section Two:

Works on coiling energy and joint flexibility

Section Three:

Is designed for the more experienced practitioner and is based on battlefield fighting techniques.

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